Color Correction in Final Cut Pro X: Create a Warm Look


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Creating a warm look

You'll get asked by clients all the time to create a wide variety of different types of looks, but probably the most requested, at least in my experience, is the warm look. And to be clear, warm generally describes a shot with yellow or red dominant tones. A warm look evokes feelings of happiness and lushness but it can also, if used in the right context, illicit a feeling of anger. Regardless of the motivation behind creating a warm look, it's easy to do using the Color Board in Final Cut Pro X. This project actually contains a shot that's pretty neutral and I want to warm it up quite a bit. This shot comes from a film that I graded called the Funeral, and the filmmakers actually requested that the shot be nice and warm, because it was going to be inter-cut with cooler flashback shots.

They wanted to make sure that the shots were different from one another. So let's go ahead and select this clip and then use the keyboard shortcut Command+6 to open up the Color Board. Her...

Creating a warm look
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Creating a warm look provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Robbie Carman as part of the Color Correction in Final Cut Pro X

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Video
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Color Final Cut Pro
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